Research Division Coordinator and Associate Professor, Coordinator of Theory Sector

1992 — BA, University of Guelph
1997 — BMus, University of Ottawa
1999 — MMus, Western University
2003 — PhD, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Pérez 313

Office: 613-562-5800 ext. 3455

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Member of the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies and thereby authorized to supervise theses. 

Roxane Prevost holds a PhD from The University at Buffalo, State University of New York (2003). Her research interests include the analysis of contemporary works, in particular Canadian repertoire, and rhythmic analysis. She has published articles in Australasian Canadian StudiesIntersectionsMusurgiaJournal of Music Theory Pedagogy, and Ex tempore, and has presented conference papers in Canada, the United States, and Europe.

Courses and seminars taught

  • Music theory and analysis
  • Twentieth-century analysis
  • Rhythmic analysis

Selected publications

"Teaching Silence in the 21st-Century: Where are the Missing Women Composers?" (co-authored with Kimberly Francis), The Oxford Handbook of Music Censorship, ed. Patricia Hall, Oxford University Press, 2016.

"'Hail' to Doreen: A Singer's Quest to Create Canadian Art Song Collaborations", Australasian Canadian Studies, 30(1-2), 201-221, 2012.

“Régularités et irrégularités métriques dans  ‘L'Arbre à pluie’ de Takemitsu", Musurgia, 17(23), 29-38, 2010.

"Wearing Two Hats: Anne Eggleston as Composer and Pedagogue",Intersections, 28(2), 71-94, 2008.

"Some Challenges in Teaching American-Based Harmony in French",Journal of Music Theory Pedagogy, 19, 129-49, 2005.

"Metrical Ambiguities in Ursula Mamlok's Panta Rhei, IV", The Canadian University Music Review, 23/1-2, 147-67, 2004.

"Conversations with Ursula Mamlok", Ex tempore, 11(2), 124-33, 2003.

Fields of Interest

  • Analyse rythmique
  • Théorie contemporaine
  • Musique canadienne
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